Category Archives: fractals

Carnival of Math #48, and Monday Math Madness #25

The 48th Carnival of Mathematics is posted at Concrete Nonsense. My favorite posts include Foxmath’s post about a strange iterated sequence involving pi and this amazing picture of a fractal cabbage. Also near and dear to my heart is Mark … Continue reading

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Mandelbrot Maps

Run, don’t walk, to play with the Mandelbrot Maps applet, which lets you play around with the Mandelbrot set while seeing the associated Julia sets updated in real time. This fantastic applet was created by Iain Parris, an MSc student … Continue reading

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Carnival of Mathematics #23: Haiku Edition

Welcome to the 23rd Carnival of Mathematics: Haiku Edition! First, I must apologize for the delay: I usually have very little trouble with my hosting provider, but of course it went down just when the CoM was supposed to be … Continue reading

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Menger sponge video

Check out the following totally sweet video of zooming into a Menger sponge! This video was made by David Makin, who has lots of other cool images and videos at his website. You can probably figure out what a Menger … Continue reading

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Fractal Art

Take a look at the fractal art of Jock Cooper — there are some amazing images there! And tons of them. Here are a couple more or less randomly chosen examples: And there are hundreds more! He has also made … Continue reading

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The Mandelbrot Set

For those of you already familiar with the Mandelbrot Set, I suppose this will be like visiting with an old friend. For those of you who aren’t — you’re in for a treat! Okay, you say, that looks pretty cool … Continue reading

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